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4 Aces, 1970

Features: Flippers (4), Slingshots (2), Hanging targets (7), Standup targets (2), Stop magnets (2), Spinning posts, Left and right dual outlanes. Player presses button on lockdown bar to shoot ball into play from between the flippers. Pressing the flipper buttons triggers the upper flippers first then the lower ones. Ball hitting either of two hanging targets when lit for Bonus is stopped by an electromagnet and released after bonus points are scored. Lighting the playing cards along the top of backglass awards Special and is a carry-over feature. Cabinet measures 24 1/4 inches wide.
Manufacturer: Williams Electronics, Incorporated (1967-1985) [Trade Name: Williams]
Date of Manufacture: March 12, 1970
Players: March 12, 1970 / 2
Year: 1970
Production: 1,650 units   (confirmed)
Model Number: 354
Theme: Cards/Gambling
Design by: Steve Kordek
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Machine Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) 
Notes: One of the playfields pictured in this listing shows a pop bumper in the place where the flyer shows a spinner. The game came standard with a spinner which was prone to damage when hit repeatedly by the ball in play. Some pinball owners replaced the spinners with the pop-bumpers when they became tired of fixing the broken spinners. Manufacturer data for 4 Aces: Quantity produced for USA/Canada: 1073* Quantity produced for export: 577* Total quantity produced: 1650* Price to Distributor: $505.00 *These quantities may be sales estimates.
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